The Mysterious Mr. Wong (1934)
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Investigating a series of murders in Chinatown, wise-guy reporter Jason Barton is captured by the megalomaniacal Mr. Wong, desperately trying to complete his collection of the twelve gold coins of Confucius, with which he will be able to acquire the power to become ruler of a large province in China.
A fight for an empire behind the curtained mysteries of San Francisco's Chinatown!
Title: Mysterious Mr. Wong, The
Release Date: December 22, 1934
Runtime: 63 mins
All Genres: Mystery, Horror
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 4.7
Buried.com Rating: 5.7 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With M
MPAA Rating: Approved
Bela Lugosi ...Mr. Fu Wong, aka Lysee (as Bela Lugosi)
Wallace Ford ...Jason H. 'Jay' Barton
Arline Judge ...Peg
E. Alyn Warren ...Phillip Tsang (as Fred Warren)
Lotus Long ...Moonflower, Wong's Niece
Robert Emmett O'Connor ......
Edward Peil Sr. ...Jen Wu, Wong Henchman (as Edward Peil)
Luke Chan ...Professor Chan Fu
Lee Shumway ...Editor Steve Brandon
Etta Lee ...Lusan, Moonflower's Attendant
Ernest F. young ...Reporter Chuck Roberts
Chester Gan ...Tsang's Secret Service Agent
James B. Leong ...Wong Henchman
Richard Loo ...Bystander Outside Store
Theodore Lorch ...Wong Henchman Thrown Into Pit
Forrest Taylor ...Wong Henchman
Beal Wong ...Killing Bystander
Harry Stephen Keeler
More Movie Taglines:
- A fight for an empire behind the curtained mysteries of San Francisco's Chinatown!
- Out of the night creeps a shadow, striking terror into the heart of Chinatown!
- Mr. Wong: A few hours with the rats will loosen his tongue to tell the truth!
Mr. Wong: Your success may turn to bitterness and you may wish you had not meddled with the affairs of Wong.
Editor: Did you ever run into a Chinaman by the name of Wong? Barton: Have I ever run into one that ain't named Wong?
Officer McGillicuddy: All right, what is it you want? Barton: The Globe sent me over to do this murder. Officer McGillicuddy: Too late, it's already been done.
Barton: Say, can I call you by my last name? Peg: I'll have to think about it. Barton: What's the matter? Don't you love me? Peg: I guess I could learn to. Barton: How long will it take ya to get started? It's 11:30 now.
- This film is sometimes incorrectly identified as one of the films of the "Mr.Wong" series which was also produced by Monogram (in the late 1930s) starring Boris Karloff as a Chinese detective.
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